- July 15, 2022
- Category: Credit Card Debt, Financial Education, Home Ownership, Podcasts, Real Stories
Despite having a mortgage payment that doubled and tens of thousands of dollars of credit card debt, she found a way to persevere.
For Liz, credit cards presented an opportunity to support the lifestyle she wanted. But as she first entered the working world after college, this lifestyle contributed to an increasing debt load.
Real Stories Episode 14: Kenia – A family’s collective strength brings its financial goals within reach.
Kenia grew up in El Salvador. Due in part to the violence in her native country, her family decided to immigrate to the United States when she was 11.
After getting into debt, Tanisha had feelings of shame and isolation. She found her way to GreenPath and discovered that she wasn’t alone.
- December 2, 2020
- Category: Budgeting, Credit Card Debt, Debt Collections and Lawsuits, Home Ownership, Podcasts, Real Stories
Monte’s childhood had a profound impact on how he approaches money. While he regrets some of his decisions and habits around money, he also makes it a point to learn from his past.
In this episode, our guest Angela discusses her journey through homeownership and the financial decisions she and her husband had to make along the way. Angela spent a number of years at GreenPath in several roles. Her first role was as one of our Advocates— helping people who call GreenPath for the first time. Angela...
Meet Katie. Retail credit cards became her best friend shortly after college. Home alone with her 4-month-old in a place where she didn’t know anyone, she turned to shoes and designer handbags. Being a military family resulted in multiple moves and income instability. Eventually, her grandma came to the rescue and helped...
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